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The DC Universe moves forward and evolves when a new generation of heroes inspired and mentored by the Silver Age's greatest come together to fight the good fight. Robin, Kid Flash, Speedy, Wonder Girl and Aqualad - the Teen Titans hit the scene! At the same time, heroic humans without powers reunite to remember Sgt. Rock in a story by Joe Kubert!

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Remembering The Old Guard and the Sidekicks 0

For a mini-series that feels like it's a virtual encyclopedia of the history of the DC Universe, it has been, so far, a great read. Len Wein has consistently spearheaded an effort in making a series of issues that not only describes this universe's anthology, but also makes it visually pleasing. And as Issue #4 has come, Wein is left with the task of dwelling into the sidekicks of the Silver Age heroes and the valiant men of Easy Company. Come on down, grab a cup of coffee, and join me as I revi...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

This is not getting the importance it should get. 0

The Good  When this volume was first announced I was very excited about it. I wasn't expecting a new story but rather a big collection that would be useful to new readers to understand the history of the DC universe, which at times can be difficult to follow, to say the least. They make so many changes with origin stories that I thought this would be a good opportunity to set everything right.  The bad  First of all Batman smiles. Batman should smile more than twice every year and this year he a...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Review: DCU Legacies #4 0

Generations collide as the reemergence of superheroes in the DCU not only puts them in touch with their predescors, it also draw a whole legion of sidekicks and super villains.  The Good This is one of the few comics I've put down thinking, "Wow, that was a good inking job." The fact that Dave Gibbons handling those duties shouldn't make that surprising. There's a bold confidence and meticulous craft to his line work that really brings Garcia-Lopez's art to another level. Their splash of all th...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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